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Archaeologiae philosophicae, or, The ancient doctrine concerning the originals of things

Thomas Burnet

Archaeologiae philosophicae, or, The ancient doctrine concerning the originals of things

by Thomas Burnet

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Published by Printed and sold by J. Fisher in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Creation -- Early works to 1800,
  • Cosmology -- Early works to 1800,
  • Earth -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTheory of the visible world
    Statementwritten in Latin by Thomas Burnet ; to which is added, Dr. Burnet"s Theory of the visible world, by way of commentary on his own Theory of the Earth, being the second part of his Archiologiae [sic] philosophicae ; faithfully translated into English, with remarks thereon
    ContributionsFoxton, Thomas, 1697-1769, Lajonchère, Etienne Lécuyer de, 1690-1740.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[8], xxxii, [8], viii, 90, vi, 104, 96, 32 p. ;
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14671974M

    the originals Download the originals or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the originals book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. The Originals The Resurrection. May 31,  · His Archaeologiae philosophicae: sive Doctrina Antiqua de Rerum Originibus or 'The Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Origin of Things' (published originally in Latin in ; portions were later translated into English during Burnet's life, the whole things appearing in English after his death in ) was more controversial. Burnet had just.

    Jul 06,  · Archæologiæ philosophicæ: or, the ancient doctrine concerning the originalsof things; Dr. Burnet's theory of the visible world; by way of commentary onhis own theory of the Earth. being the second part of his Archæologiæ Philosophicæ, Written in . He published the famous works on the Telluris Theoria Sacra (Sacred Theory of the Earth) in , Archaeologiae Philosophicae (The Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Origin of Things) in , and De Statu Mortuorum et Resurgentium (On the State of the Dead and the Resurrection), .

    Thomas Burnet, Archæologiæ Philosophicæ or, the Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Originals of Things. Written in Latin by Thomas Burnet, L.L.D., Master of the Charter-House. Written in Latin by Thomas Burnet, L.L.D., Master of the Charter-House. Burnet's book engendered a great deal of controversy in its day. In Burnet published Archaeologiae Philosophicae sive Doctrina Antiqua de Rerum Originibus. In it he questioned whether the Fall of Man was a symbolic event rather than a literal one. The resulting furor among his contemporary theologians caused him to resign his post as Clerk.


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Archaeologiae Philosophicae or the Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Originals of Things, Written in Latin; To Which Is Added Burnet's Theory of the Visible World by Way of Commentary on His Own Theory of the Earth, Being the Second Part of.

Aug 25,  · Archaeologiae Philosophicae or the Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Originals of Things, Written in Latin: To Which Is Added Burnet's Theory of the Visible World by Way of Commentary on His Own Theory of the Earth, Being the Second Part of His.

Paperback; English. Archæologiæ philosophicæ: or, The ancient doctrine concerning the originals of things. Author: Thomas Burnet ; Thomas Foxton ; Étienne Lécuyer de La Jonchère.

Archaeologiae Philosophicae or the Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Originals of Things, Written in Latin: To Which Is Added Burnet's Theory of the Visible World by Way of Commentary on His Own Theory of the Earth, Being the Second Part of His.

by/5(4). Archaelogiae philosophicae Quotes Showing of 2 “I can easily believe, that there are more invisible than visible beings in the universe.” ― Thomas Burnet, Archaelogiae philosophicae: sive, doctrina antiqua de rerum originibus, libri duo.

The Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Origin of Things Some of the views expressed in this work, also known as Archaeologiae Philosophicae sive Doctrina Antiqua de Rerum Originibus (), were so unacceptable to contemporary theologians that he had to resign his post at jydrescueteam.com: c.Croft-on-Tees, Yorkshire.

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Skickas inom vardagar. Remarks on John Locke Thomas Burnet, John Locke, George Watson Köp. Skickas inom vardagar. A Treatise Concerning the State of Departed Souls, Before, and AT, and After the Resurrection. His second major work Archaeologiae Philosophicae (The Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Origin of Things) published in was an attempt to demonstrate that his theory of the earth was also compatible with the ancient accounts of creation.

He also reconstructed a history of biblical divine moral teaching including Noah and Moses. Archæologiæ philosophicæ- or, the ancient doctrine concerning the originals of things Fleuron N The Catholic encyclopedia (Volume 2); an international work of reference on the constitution, doctrine, discipline and history of the Catholic Church.

May 28,  · His Archaeologiae philosophicae: sive Doctrina Antiqua de Rerum Originibus or 'The Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Origin of Things' (published originally in Latin in ; portions were later translated into English during Burnet's life, the whole things appearing in English after his death in ) was more controversial.

Burnet had just. His second major work Archaeologiae Philosophicae (The Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Origin of Things) published in was an attempt to demonstrate that his theory of the earth was also compatible with the ancient accounts of creation.

The argument belongs to the text only. In Coleridge replaced the Argument by an epigraph taken from Thomas Burnet's Archaeologiae Philosophicae. Translated it reads: "I can easily believe, that there are more Invisible than Visible Beings in the Universe; but who will declare to us the Family of all these, and acquaint us with the.

"Yet it is to be understood that the philosophers did not admit into every kind of disputation, the false and fabulous, whether of their own invention or of public allowance, but only in those which treated of the soul, or of etherial powers, or of the other gods.

Burnet, T. [Archaeologiae Philosophicae sive] Doctrina Antiqua de Rerum Originibus: Or, An Inquiry into the Doctrine of the Philosophers of all Nations, Concerning the Original of the World Translated by Mr. Mead and Mr. Foxton, London (), pp.

Cited by: Burnet, Thomas. Archæologiæ philosophicæ: or, The ancient doctrine concerning the originals of things. (London, Printed for E. Curll, ), also by Étienne Lécuyer de La Jonchère, trans.

by Thomas Foxton (page images at HathiTrust). Archaeologiae Philosophicae: Or, the Ancient Doctrine Concerning the Originals of Things Written in Latin by Thomas Burnet, to Which Is Added, Dr B. burnet, thomas. Containing an Account of the Original of the Earth and of all the General Changes Which it Hath Already Undergone, or.

Archaeologiae philosophicae: or the ancient doctrine concerning the originals of things. 8vo. London & Thomas Burnet. The faith and duties of christians: A treatise in eight chapters. 8vo. London & The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments with the psalms of David paraphras'd.

Ed. William Nicholls.Jan 28,  · This point was stressed, among others, by Thomas Burnet in Archaeologiae Philosophicae [8]. The second book, which is related to the history of the earth, was translated twice in English, with an Appendix Concerning the Modern Brachmanes in the Indies obviously related to the first book, where a chapter on ancient Indians could be found (as in Author: Selusi Ambrogio.Archaeologiae philosophicae: or the ancient doctrine concerning the originals of things.

8vo. London & Thomas Burnet. & Thomas Burnet. The sacred theory of the earth containing an account of the original of the earth.

8vo. 2 vols. This and the following works by Burnet are English translations by John Dennis of Latin originals.